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Perceptions of Time

Inspired by one of the most important aspects of music—rhythm—this performance experiments with different perceptions of time and "time-feel."
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CANCELED: What Makes Motown Bass, Motown?

CANCELED: This event has been cancelledBassist and faculty member Jim Stinnett will demonstrate characteristics of the Motown bass style.
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Berklee News

In Between by Jihye Lee

Vocalist, composer, and arranger Jihye Lee presents original music for her senior recital. She performs with an 11-piece band, including woodwinds, brass, and strings.
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Music Business Seminar – Pablo Langa, Technology in the Music Industry

Wesley A’Harrah and Martin Erler, students of the global entertainment and music business master’s program, reflect upon the first of the weekly ‘Music Business Seminars’ where they had the chance to listen to Pablo Langa, Business Director for Blackboard International, talk about his presentation “Does your next million dollar business idea need a mobile app?”. Are […]
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Boston around Berklee

Suhhyun Sarah Kwon is a fourth semester student at Berklee, dual majoring in Film Scoring and Contemporary Writing and Production. 버클리에서 Film Scoring과 Contemporary Writing and Production 복수전공으로 네번째 학기를 맞는 권서현입니다. 영어로 발음하기 어려운 이름이라 Sarah라는 이름을 사용하고 있습니다.  안녕하세요 버클리 블로그 한국어 섹션의 새로운 블로거 권서현입니다. 한국과는 달리 여름방학이 거의 4달이나 되는데 작년과 올해 […]
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Building Bridges crossing over the Electric Waters: Interludes and YouTube

Bill Banfield is a professor of Africana Studies/ Music and Society and director of the Center for Africana Studies and programs at Berklee. An award-winning composer, jazz guitarist /recording artist, and public radio show host, he has authored five books for Scarecrow Press on music, arts, cultural criticism, and history.   I don’t go to […]
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